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  1. #11
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    I have been sober for 11 years, find an Na group and try it. Just for one day. It's worth it!

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    My best friend died when we were 27 from heroin. I miss him every day. He was one of the few people who understood me. He had a knack for reminding me of great stories about our lives that I would have otherwise forgotten. He's gone forever now, along with a big chunk of my life. There is absolutely no joy, freedom, or any other bullsh*t justification you might have for abusing opiates in that kind of loss. His family and friends are severely scared for life by his tragic departure. This tragedy repeats daily, we all know it, yet users continue attempting to justify their slow and sometimes not so slow suicide to their own families and friends. Guess what users, youíre high, youíre addicted, and youíre not even close to a right state of mind to justify anything at all!!! Your brain chemistry is completely out of balance. That's what makes me sick. Do you think your family and friends are the devil and don't care and want bad things to happen to you? = NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's the exact opposite; they want good things to happen to you!!!!!!! They love you. Do you users have any idea how hard it was to look at my best friend lying in a casket at 27 years old? It's been almost 10 years and I'm still not even close to being over it. How do you think his Mother and Father feel? Or his Brother? Or his three Sisters? The world has so much more to offer then being addicted to that garbage. Opiates will gladly take over your life to the point where they're all that exists. Eventually you'll die young and forfeit the worlds REAL great gifts. Opiates simply create an ILLUSION while simultaneously robbing your life right out from under you. Thatís a gnarly bait and switch. Users need to help themselves and allow their families and friends to help them, help themselves back to the good life. It comes down to the user, how willing and strong they are to pull themselves out of their hole. Good luck, donít be a p*ssy

    Josh, he was a legend the day I met him. R.I.P. I love you buddy.
    I feel you brother. Only so much can be said on the subject.

    RIP Keith. Gone at 23, memory will always be a part of my family </3

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    had a dope habit for little over a decade and have now been clean for a little over 5 and a half years . NA is the only thing that ever worked for me find treatment and enjoy your life . just get some help you cant do it on your own.

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    Not in your shoes, but I think a strong "clean" group of people as support and drive would benefit you! Good luck man!!!

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    if you realized you actually have a problem and are actively seeking help then good on ya, and I wish you the best. If you have a problem and you don't want help, well then, you've sealed your own fate and I don't feel sorry for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnargnarshredda View Post
    if you realized you actually have a problem and are actively seeking help then good on ya, and I wish you the best. If you have a problem and you don't want help, well then, you've sealed your own fate and I don't feel sorry for you.
    Addiction is strong, can't always just admit You have a prob. Not sure what he is going for here

  7. #17
    I see by the post on the other thread that you scored so you are no longer dope sick... You need to get some help bro. You will continue this pathetic cycle for ever.... I did it for years. I never knew how hooked I was till the pills were gone. I would do anything to stop the sickness... I'd get sick then score then sick then score. It consumed my life.
    I know you think you will kick one day, or maybe you dont think you will... But the fact is you need to. You need to get help or you will die. And if you have family it will crush them. Their lives will never be the same because you liked getting high.
    I know it seems impossible, but I did it 3 years ago and my life is amazing now. I have a good job, beautiful wife, home and soon a kid.
    Please get help before you waste any more of your life

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    If all else fails look into ibogaine treatment.

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    trust me I know addiction is strong, you don't have to tell me that. He's just being a douche

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    sounds like u need suboxone.dope is a bad thing,and its not the same as cannibas.u dont get sick and sweat from not smoking.now everyones on the oxys.dope was a big thing in my neck of the woods in the 90s.iv been smart enough to never try it,even tho i lived with plenty of junkies.my good friend chris meyers od'd and died,while his best friend got scared,climbed out his window and left him for death.he became a vedgetable and after a week they took him off life support.he was 23.iv seen plenty overcome their addictions with the help of the nj state prison association.last thing u want to do is kick in the can.i hope u find your way and get off the smack